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The threat of a painful global economic downturn doesn’t terrify me. And neither should it worry long-term UK share investors who have bought quality stocks with robust balance sheets.The lion’s share of successful share investors make their fortunes over a long number of years. Over an extended time horizon the impact of turbulent economic times like these on total shareholder returns is greatly reduced. It’s why long-term investors, even accounting for periods of extreme pressure on corporate profits like this, tend to enjoy a chunky average annual return of at least 8%.5G is here – and shares of this ‘sleeping giant’ could be a great way for you to potentially profit!According to one leading industry firm, the 5G boom could create a global industry worth US$12.3 TRILLION out of thin air…And if you click here we’ll show you something that could be key to unlocking 5G’s full potential…Investor tension remains high and many nervous investors might not be convinced by my bullish take. 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See all posts by Roland Head UK shares: why Purplebricks, Chemring and K3 Capital are rising today I’m sure you’ll agree that’s quite the statement from Motley Fool Co-Founder Tom Gardner.But since our US analyst team first recommended shares in this unique tech stock back in 2016, the value has soared.What’s more, we firmly believe there’s still plenty of upside in its future. In fact, even throughout the current coronavirus crisis, its performance has been beating Wall St expectations.And right now, we’re giving you a chance to discover exactly what has got our analysts all fired up about this niche industry phenomenon, in our FREE special report, A Top US Share From The Motley Fool. Simply click below to discover how you can take advantage of this. Roland Head owns shares of K3 Capital. The Motley Fool UK has no position in any of the shares mentioned. Views expressed on the companies mentioned in this article are those of the writer and therefore may differ from the official recommendations we make in our subscription services such as Share Advisor, Hidden Winners and Pro. Here at The Motley Fool we believe that considering a diverse range of insights makes us better investors. Click here to claim your copy now — and we’ll tell you the name of this Top US Share… free of charge! This morning has brought strong results from Purplebricks Group (LSE: PURP), Chemring Group (LSE: CHG) and K3 Capital (LSE: K3C). These UK shares are popular with private investors. All three saw gains of 10% or more in early trading.Purplebricks returns to profitPurplebricks’ share price is up by 13% as I write, after the online estate agency reported a return to profit during the first half of the year. Management said the firm has seen “a strong market recovery”.5G is here – and shares of this ‘sleeping giant’ could be a great way for you to potentially profit!According to one leading industry firm, the 5G boom could create a global industry worth US$12.3 TRILLION out of thin air…And if you click here we’ll show you something that could be key to unlocking 5G’s full potential…Although revenue fell 6% to £44.2m, Purplebricks reported a pre-tax profit for the half year of £4.3m. This compares to a loss of £2.3m for the same period last year. Adjusted profits for the full year are now expected to be ahead of broker forecasts.Today’s results highlight some encouraging trends. Fee income rose by 6% to £49.1m. This was helped by an increase in the number of new instructions, which rose by 8% to 35,387. Average revenue per instruction rose by 3% to £1,392. This suggests that Purplebricks is not having to discount its services to win new business — good news for profits.Purplebricks says that it now has 4.8% of the UK market and ended the half-year period with £75.8m of cash on hand. Investors are likely to view today’s results as a sign that this UK share’s growth story is back on track.Profits flare at ChemringChemring’s share price is up by 12% to over 300p this morning, after the defence group reported full-year profits that were ahead of broker forecasts.Sales rose by 20% to £402.5m during the year to 31 October. This lifted the group’s underlying pre-tax profit by 31% to £51.7m. Adjusted earnings per share climbed 35% to 15.1p, ahead of broker forecasts of 14p.The company says that its businesses have remained open and fully operational this year, despite the impact of Covid-19. There’s been “good progress” with new orders for countermeasures, such as flares that are used as missile decoys. Recent contracts include a $107m order in Australia to support the F-35 Lightning combat aircraft.Management said expectations for 2021 are unchanged. Chemring’s current order book covers 78% of 2021 forecast revenue, suggesting a fairly stable outlook for the year.This UK share is rising fastThe share price of business broker K3 Capital is up by almost 10% as I write, after the firm said that trading was ahead of expectations during the six months to 30 November. As a result, management expects to report half-year revenue of £18m. That’s more than double last year’s half-year revenue of £8m.K3 Capital’s share price has risen by 40% over the last six months. This AIM-listed company appears to be in a strong growth phase, which management said has been helped by the recent acquisition of insolvency specialist Quantuma. 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News Updates’No Violation Of Right To Privacy When Matter Already In Public Domain’, Telangana High Court Allows Release Of RGV Movie “Murder” Sparsh Upadhyay18 Nov 2020 1:53 AMShare This – xThe Telangana High Court on Friday (06th November) gave a green signal for the release of Ram Gopal Varma’s Telugu film ‘Murder’ which is based on the real-life incident, wherein a Dalit youth, Pranay Perumalla was assassinated in 2018 in broad daylight by killers, hired by his father in law (belonging to an upper caste), in an alleged hate crime.The Bench of Justice M. S. Ramachandra Rao…Your free access to Live Law has expiredTo read the article, get a premium account.Your Subscription Supports Independent JournalismSubscription starts from ₹ 599+GST (For 6 Months)View PlansPremium account gives you:Unlimited access to Live Law Archives, Weekly/Monthly Digest, Exclusive Notifications, Comments.Reading experience of Ad Free Version, Petition Copies, Judgement/Order Copies.Subscribe NowAlready a subscriber?LoginThe Telangana High Court on Friday (06th November) gave a green signal for the release of Ram Gopal Varma’s Telugu film ‘Murder’ which is based on the real-life incident, wherein a Dalit youth, Pranay Perumalla was assassinated in 2018 in broad daylight by killers, hired by his father in law (belonging to an upper caste), in an alleged hate crime.The Bench of Justice M. S. Ramachandra Rao and Justice T.Amarnath Goud was hearing the appeal filed by Ram Gopal Varma and others (Appellants/Defendants), challenging the 24th August’s order of the Nalgonda court stalling the release of the film and also the promo of the film on YouTube.The Alleged Contract Killing Of Pranay PerumallaAs averred by her, she fell in love with Pranay and got married to him on 30.01.2018 but this was not accepted by her father, one Maruthi Rao, who was trying to persuade her to come back to his house.However, she refused to accept her father’s request; she got pregnant and had gone for a medical checkup at Jyothi Hospital at Vinobha Nagar, Miryalaguda, close to her matrimonial home on 14.09.2018 accompanied by her husband and mother-in-law.After they came out of the hospital at about 13.30 hours, her husband Pranay was attacked and stabbed with a knife several times and he had died on account of said injuries.Background of the CaseRespondent/Plaintiff Amrutha (wife of late Pranay Perumalla) filed a suit in Nalgonda court against Ram Gopal Varma and others (Appellants/Defendants) for grant of a perpetual injunction.She stated that on 28.07.2020, the Appellants/Defendants (Ram Gopal Varma and others) released the ‘trailer’ of the movie ‘Murder’ and that she found that in the said trailer, her original name and her real-life character and also that of her husband, Pranay Kumar were used.It was prayed before the Court that the Appellants/Defendants (Ram Gopal Varma and others) be restrained from releasing, publishing, exhibiting publicly or privately, selling, promoting or advertising or recreating in the form of drama or serial or any other literary or artistic expression in respect of the person ‘Pranay’ (her late husband). Particularly, her prayer was with regard to a motion picture in the name of ‘Murder’ which was then being made by the Appellants/Defendants (Ram Gopal Varma and others) on the life of the respondent/plaintiff.She alleged before the Court that without her consent, the Appellants/Defendants (Ram Gopal Varma and others) collected the real-life story, photographs and videos of herself and her husband, late Pranay Kumar, and also of her father, late Maruthi Rao, from various sources “illegally with a dishonest intention to cause insult and to defame her in public.”Further, she alleged that based on the said information, the Appellants/Defendants (Ram Gopal Varma and others) had decided to start making a film by the name ‘Murder’.She contended that Ram Gopal Varma tweeted that the movie ‘Murder’ was going to be “a heart-wrenching story based on the respondent and her father – ‘ Saga of the Danger of a father loving a daughter too much’ and that such a sad father’s film was being launched on Father’s day i.e. 21.06.2020.”She argued that the right to privacy guaranteed to her by Article 21 of the Constitution of India was “sought to be violated by the appellants by specifically referring to her name, her husband’s name and her father’s name in various social media posts, such as Twitter, Instagram, WhatsApp messages, posted by 1st appellant (Ram Gopal Varma).”She contended that the intention of the Appellants/Defendants (Ram Gopal Varma and others) in making the movie ‘Murder’ was a direct intrusion and invasion of the private life of the petitioner and that the appellants did not have any manner of right to do so, that affects her private life, and her ‘right to privacy’ is a part of her ‘right to live’.She argued that “the appellants were supporting a criminal publicly through the said movie; it is dangerous and damaging to the civil society and in any event, they could not have made the movie without taking her consent.”She had prayed that the movie was proposed to be released in the 1st week of August, 2020 and the appellants ought to be restrained from releasing the same.Trial Court’s OrderThe Trial Court had held that the film, being made by the appellants was a purely commercial venture based on the life of the respondent and her family members.Further, it was held that Amrutha had prima facie established that the film, if allowed to be exhibited, would cause serious prejudice to her and to her family members and irreparable loss would be caused to them.Assailing this order of the Trial Court, an appeal was filed before the High Court of Telangana by Ram Gopal Varma and others.High Court’s OrderThe High Court, in its order, noted,”The events which have occurred in her life i.e., the alleged murder of her husband are admitted by her to be in the public domain. The counsel for the respondent did not deny that there was also a wide range reporting in the local newspapers and cable TV channels about these events. Thus, this information was in the public domain.”Further, the Court said,”In our view, it cannot, therefore, be said that the events which have occurred in the life of the respondent are in that sense unique to her and to her family alone.”The Court observed that a person undoubtedly has a right to privacy in relation to her family, marriage, procreation, motherhood and child-bearing and none can publish anything concerned with these matters without his/her consent.Yet, the Court said,”There is an exception to the said rule i.e., that any publication concerning these aspects would become unobjectionable if such publication is based upon public records including court records.”In other words, the Court said that once the matter becomes a matter of public record, the right to privacy is no longer subsisting and it becomes a legitimate subject for comment for press and media among others.Further, the Court noted that,”When the events which occurred in the life of the respondent are already in the public domain, she cannot plead any violation of the right of privacy by the appellants in making a movie based on such events. The Trial court did not consider this aspect of the matter i.e information already being in public domain while passing the impugned order. So its order cannot be sustained.”However, the Court did take note that “if any movie is made by specifically referring to her name, her husband’s name and her father’s name, much pain and anguish would be caused to the respondent.”In this context, the appellants were directed to not use or refer to the respondent or her deceased husband or her deceased father by name, or the captions mentioned on Twitter, social media, anywhere in the movie ‘Murder’ being made by them and also in social media, printing material (posters).The Court also directed the respondents to publish a disclaimer that “Movie is a work of fiction and any resemblance to real-life events is purely coincidental and unintended”Click Here To Download Order[Read Order]Next Story read more